Gordon Highlanders Museum
Aberdeen Town House

Aberdeen City Tour

Unveil the history and culture of Aberdeen, The Granite City bounded by the two majestic rivers, the Don and Dee.
An ancient royal burgh
Your tour begins in Old Aberdeen, an ancient royal burgh. Walk along the original cobbled streets taking in the iconic architecture of Aberdeen University the fifth oldest university in the UK, founded in 1495, continuing on to the majestic St. Machar's Cathedral where it's rumoured part of William Wallace is interred.
St Machar's Cathedral
The heart of Aberdeen
Then take in the splendid views of Aberdeen beach, before walking through the quaint former fishing village of Fittie. Enjoy lunch with panoramic views over the busy harbour and maybe get a glimpse of the local dolphins and seals. The tour then takes you into the heart of Aberdeen, with visits to the Maritime Museum, which incorporates Provost Ross' House, built in 1593, then on to the Tolbooth Museum, one of Aberdeen's oldest buildings and a former jail.
Old Aberdeen
The heart of Aberdeen
Then take in the splendid views of Aberdeen beach, before walking through the quaint former fishing village of Fittie. Enjoy lunch with panoramic views over the busy harbour and maybe get a glimpse of the local dolphins and seals. The tour then takes you into the heart of Aberdeen, with visits to the Maritime Museum, which incorporates Provost Ross' House, built in 1593, then on to the Tolbooth Museum, one of Aberdeen's oldest buildings and a former jail.
The Gordon Highlander's
The tour is rounded off with a visit to the Gordon Highlander's Museum, where you will be guided through the history of this famous military regiment, then enjoy a sumptuous meal, while using the Regimental Silver, all to the music of the bagpipes.
Gordon Highlanders Museum
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The Aberdeen City Tour
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